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Written by Vibha on August 30, 2020 Share on

Waterparks In Mumbai: Your Summer Retreat

In a city as busy and chaotic as Mumbai, everyone would want to take a break and let loose. And the easiest to do so is to spend a day blowing off steam by taking a day trip to any of the water parks. With no restrictions and no time limit, you can just have a crazy time in the water parks. Endless slides, wave pools, rain dance parties, lazy pools you can go crazy with your family or friends. There are many waterparks in Mumbai that are suitable for you, just be sure to pick out the one that suits all your tastes. You have a weekend to spend in Mumbai? Here is a list of waterparks that will make your weekend fun and exciting.

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Waterparks In Mumbai

The Water Kingdom:

Home to the largest wave pool in the world, the water kingdom is one of Asia’s largest theme water park. Located in the Borivali West of Mumbai, this park is also one of the oldest in Mumbai. This water park is located quite close to very to the Essel Amusement Park and is home to a lot of gigantic rides. The dress code for this park is Nylon or Lycra swimwear and has been made mandatory. The entrance fees to this park are pretty reasonable, and it’s one of the best waterparks in Mumbai. 

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Adlabs Aquamagica:

This beauty is a hotspot for all the adventurous souls out there! Located right off the Mumbai-Pune Expressway in Khopoli, this water park is home to 12 kickass rides. You will find rides with very weird names inside, nevertheless, they will be very exciting and fun. This is one of the best waterparks in Mumbai also because of the massive food court that is inside. It’s a perfect place for all party heads and adventure seekers. With many rides, pool, and rides made of unique technologies this park is a must-visit.

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Great Escape Water Park:

This is a perfect family-friendly water park that stretches to 26-acre, located approximately about  59 km from the city centre, this park is home to gigantic water slides, wave pools, thrilling rides. The best part is it is cheapest compared to most waterparks in Mumbai. This water park is a wonderful choice for all ages and is located off the Mumbai-Ahmedabad Highway.

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Suraj Water Park:

This water park is home to the largest man-made fibre cave that 103 feet tall and is located just 7 kilometres from Thane. This park is so famous that it has received many national and international awards. Stretching for 11 acres, this park has also been highlighted six times in the Limca Book of Records. The ticket rates in this park are based on people height. This park is one of the oldest waterparks in Mumbai and it is surely worth the hype.

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Shangrila Resorts and Water Park:

Bring out the child in you at the waterpark by engaging on the fun rides. Spread over 15 acres, this water park is located in the Mumbai Nashik Highway. The endless water slides, jacuzzis, roller coasters, waterfall and what not? It sure does sound like a day of fun and adventure at this park. It’s a wonderful place to visit with kids as well. This park is also one of the best waterparks in Mumbai because you get to experience a fake rainfall during any season with live music. Don’t we all love a little bit of rain?

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Takuji-Ni-Wadi Water Park:

Placed near Kokanipada, about 25 km from the city this resort is a refreshing day trip for all visitors. A very big roof that is home to an amusement park, dinosaur world, waterpark and a resort. This water park crawls its way on top of the best waterparks in Mumbai as it has everything you will ever need. It also has cute slides that are made for infants. Curated for all ages, reasonably priced and totally fun. 

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Anand Sagar Water Resort:

A water park packed with entertainment, food and open lawn spaces that is located about 45 km from the city centre. This place is a hotspot for a group of friends as it has the right mixture of fun, leisure and relaxation. Located Off Badlapur Ambarnath Highway, this water resort also has s separate fun section for kids. Another interesting thing about this water park is that it is located close by to the  Arnala Beach. So you can finish your day of fun here and head over to the beach in time for the sunset.

Adlabs Aquamagica: waterparks in Mumbai
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Royal Garden Water Resort:

This water park is on the top 10 waterparks in Mumbai. And here’s why it is: this water park is home to 15 slides, 4 swimming pools, many wave pools and a waterfall as well. Adding to this, this water park also provides a 74 custom-designed room for you to be comfortable during your time here. Channel you water baby out of you in this water park along with your family as it is a great place to be in with family. This park is precisely located off the Mumbai- Ahmedabad Highway, 9 km from Dahisar Checknaka. Approximately 40 km from the city centre, this park provides you with complimentary food along with a ticket. Pro tip: don’t go in as all boys/men group as they don’t let you enter.

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Here are some more waterparks in Mumbai you can consider if you don’t like the ones mentioned above: Shivganga Water Park, Sargam Water Park, Wet n Joy, Pali Beach Resort and Waterpark, Panoramic Resort and Waterpark, paradise Funland and Nishiland water park. Be sure to pack enough comfortable clothes and shoes for your day at these parks. Oh and be sure to carry sunscreen, sunglasses and nice swimwears too. Go ahead and plan your staycation to Mumbai with Pickyourtrail and have a great time with your friends and family. In case of further queries, you can WhatsApp us!

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